Kampala, Uganda Africa Basic Information Sheet Travel Expenses: Cost Per Person Total Uganda Trip (with Fund Raiser participation) $1,220.00 ***Price includes Gratuity for the Staff of the Missionaries***
Optional Safari (Depending on the number)
***The above pricing is based on 2013 pricing and is subject to change*** If you want to see your sponsor child(ren) an additional cost may apply. This cost depends on how far the child has to travel and if the child requires overnight accommodations and a Chaperone. The maximum cost to see a child is $100 – The average cost is $40 per child. Please bring your own spending money for meals while traveling from US to Africa and on the return trip from Africa to the US, and for souvenirs. Minimum spending Money
*** We recommend you have accredit card or pre-paid debit card for international use to use at the Airports for the best exchange rate*** Other Estimated Costs involved: Inoculations and Malaria Medicine can cost up to $300 (depending on insurance coverage and types of medication) Most pay around $100. Team T-shirts (1st one free, optional: additional shirts $10 depending on the type of shirts the teams choose) Inoculations for Travel to Uganda
Please contact your personal physician for his/her recommendations. Plan to do this early so you will have adequate time to schedule for any series of shots you may need. The standard fee* for immunizations at the Health Department are listed below. Some combination vaccines are also available, which may reduce the cost for clients. Prices are subject to change. Insurance may or may not cover costs. Contact the Health Department at 660-7300 for more information. Some medical insurance plans will subsidize the costs so please check with your healthcare insurance provider. The standard fee does not include a $14.80 administration fee per shot.
Sedgwick County Health Department 2716 W Central Wichita, Kansas 67214 Phone: 660-7300 Mon Tue Wed Hours 8am-5pm Thursday 12-6:30pm and Friday 8-11:30am Recommended: Yellow Fever
Immunization forms are available at: http://www.sedgwickcounty.org/healthdept/index.asp ***Walgreens and Dillon’s now has all the travel inoculations needed for Uganda, The 24 Hour Walgreens are better stocked than the other Walgreen stores. One is located at Central and Maize Rd. ***
- Walgreens and Dillon’s take most health insurance companies Malaria Prophylactics: Discuss this in particular with your doctor. There are a couple of different ones you can take. Please check www.CDC.gov website for more information. **Recommended: 1.Doxycycline – taken daily 2 days prior to your arrival in Uganda, during the stay in Uganda and and 30 days after your return to the states. One of the main side effects is greater sensitivity to the sun. Check pricing – This drug has increased in price in the past year so check pricing.
2.Atovaquone-proguanil – taken daily 2 days prior to your arrival in Uganda, during the stay in Uganda and 7 days after your return to the states. This tends to be more expensive than other medications so please check pricing first. This is an option but it is not recommended for Malaria: 3.Malarone (Lariam), taken once per week but it can be expensive (check price first). ** The Missionaries highly recommend you do not take Lariam. Lariam has been known to have on occasion many ad side effects on occasion such as nightmares, black outs, slight to obverse personality changes, insomnia, hallucinations. The F.D.A. Warns the drug could cause serious neurological and psychiatric side effects, some of which can become permanent.
Yellow Fever: Even though yellow fever is only recommended when travelling from the US to Uganda it is mandatory when travelling from a yellow fever country to Uganda. Since Uganda does have yellow fever and Central Community Church is looking to travel to surrounding countries we are making it a mandatory inoculation. Every traveler must have the yellow fever inoculation and carry the yellow card which proves that the person received it. Passport Information:
Passport Books: Adult 1st time Applicant
***Start the Passport process immediately***
See http://travel.state.gov for more information regarding passports. You must have the Passport Book, the Passport Card is insufficient for Air Travel.
You Must Apply in Person If:
You are applying for your first U.S. passport
You are under age 16
Your previous U.S. passport was issued when you were under age 16
Your previous U.S. passport was lost, stolen, or damaged
Your previous U.S. passport was issued more than 15 years ago
Your name has changed since your U.S. passport was issued and you are unable to legally document your name change Renew by Mail if All of the Following are True: Your Most Recent U.S. Passport:
Is undamaged and can be submitted with your application Was issued when you were age 16 or older Was issued within the last 15 years Was issued in your current name or you can legally document your name change If any of the above statements do not apply to you, you must Apply in Person Minors Under Age 16 - Must Apply in Person If
Minors under age 16 must apply in person
All minors regardless of age, including newborns and infants, must have their own passport when traveling internationally by air
Learn if your child requires a U.S. passport to travel by land or by sea.
Special requirements for All Minors Ages 16 & 17
Special requirements for individuals applying from outside the U.S.
Once you get a passport, it's good for 10 years.
You will need the following in order to obtain your passport:
1. Fill Out Form DS-11: Application For A U.S. Passport 2. Submit Completed Form DS-11 In Person 3. Submit Evidence of U.S. Citizenship 4. Present Identification
Primary Identification(One of the following):
Previously issued, undamaged U.S. passport Naturalization Certificate Valid Driver's License Current Government ID (city, state or federal) Current Military ID (military and dependents)
5. Submit a Photocopy of the Identification Document(s) Presented (Step 4) 6. Pay the Applicable Fee 7. Provide One Passport Photo (must meet qualifications for a passport)
The following U.S. Post Office locations in the Wichita area will assist with obtaining passports:
Wichita General Mail Facility 7117 W Harry St Wichita KS 67277 phone 316-219-4391
Routine applications are being processed in 4-6 weeks
Expedited Service are being processed in 2-3 weeks ($60 extra) so please apply right away.
***We cannot book flights without having a copy of the passport photos so please do not wait until the trip is 4 – 6 weeks away. The church needs a copy of the passport at least 3 months in advance to purchase the airline tickets.***
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